Anne O’Connor

I am psychologist with 25 years experience in both public and private settings, with expertise in the For-Purpose sector. I have worked in organisations that are dedicated to strengthening community and social justice action and to the protection of people seeking asylum. My work has included counselling, leadership and organisational development and I am currently in private consulting practice.

Please see About Anne for more about my experience.

  • The Psychology Board of Australia (Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency), Registered Psychologist
  • Australian Psychological Society (APS), Member


Anne O’Connor MAPS

Ph: 0432 472 973

Fax: 613 8610 1025


My logo is a representation of the native orchid, Caladenia cucullata. This small orchid is adaptable and delicate, growing in challenging conditions such as dry forest on poor, sandy or stony soil. It expresses a spirit of growth and beauty amidst fragile, sometimes hostile environments.  

The Caladeina cucullata orchid has lightly fragranced white flowers, a deeply coloured purple tip, and tall thin green stem – colours of the women’s suffrage movement.  It is commonly found through the Goldfields area of Victoria including Gariwerd National Park.

I acknowledge the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation as Traditional Owners of the land on which I work. I pay my respects to Elders past, present and emerging, and to Elders of all communities connected to this practice and who also work and live on this land. I acknowledge that these lands were never ceded and the effects of colonisation on land, waters and cultures is enduring.